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Dog bolster beds
Dog bolster beds offer superior comfort with their high sides and cushion, allowing your dog to curl up and lay their head after a long day. Pet Circle stocks a number of dog bolster beds online to suit every dog's individual size and preference.
Best dog bolster beds based on our customer reviews
|Kazoo Dog Bed Wombat Grey||This is a terrific bed. My dog has barely left it since I bought it for her. The memory foam is really thick, and the bolster sides provide a comfy headrest and a cosy area to curl up in.-ANDINA|
|TS Pet Products Polar Bed Grey||My kelpie x cattle destroyed his 2 beds before this one but since having this he hasn't even looked like ripping into it. As soon as I unwrapped it he was straight in didn't even get out when someone came to the door. He loves snuggling into the sides when going to sleep. I would definitely recommend!! - RHIANNON|
|Paws for Life Cosy Calming Bed Tan||Our pup desperately needed a new bed. His old one was WAY too big and it didn't have any cushion. He would wake us up throughout the night asking to come into bed with us. I saw this bed on Pet Circle and thought it looked so cozy and it seemed like great value for money. WOW!!! Best purchase ever - highly recommend. We have a cattle dog/kelpie and we got the medium. It's the perfect size for him and you can tell he is so much more warm and cozy. He will actually go into his own bed for a nap rather than lying on ours! Love this bed and I will continue to buy as it wears out. It seems like good quality so I assume we have a number of years with this bad boy. - KIRA|
Frequently Asked Questions:
Why do dogs scratch at their beds?
Dogs can scratch at their bedding for a number of proposed reasons, many are residual instincts prior to domestication:
- Scent marking: Dogs can leave scent via their paw pads. Scratching in their bed can be a way to spread their scent around as well as make it nice and comfortable.
- Temperature: Digging down into the ground is a way for wild dogs to cool down by making themselves a cool dirt patch. Dogs that dig into their bed may be demonstrating this residual instinct.
- Safety: Dogs that dig around in their bed and spin around may be trying to provide an extra sense of security. Digging down into the ground will help conceal them from other animals while sleeping.
To read more on this topic, see our article Why do dogs dig?
Author info: Dr Nicole du Plessis - Pet Circle In House Veterinarian